Devon Energy’s plunge after management fails to reassure investors makes us question our stake

Pipes carry water, steam and oil at Devon Energy Corp.’s 35,000 barrel per day Jackfish Projects plant, where Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) is used to extract bitumen from oil sands, near Conklin, Alberta, Canada.
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Shares of Club holding Devon Energy (DVN) fell sharply Wednesday, one day after delivering disappointing fourth quarter results, reducing its fixed-plus-variable dividend and barely buying back any stock. Forward guidance wasn’t that great either. It’s certainly a frustrating story for sharholders like us, and one that bares further scrutiny.

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